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GLENN TILBROOK SUMMER 2003 U.S. TOUR IN SUPPORT OF HIS SOLO DEBUT THE
INCOMPLETE GLENN TILBROOK - SPONSORED BY VH1 CLASSIC
Glenn Tilbrook will return to the U.S. this July for a VH1 Classic-sponsored
string of acoustic dates in support of his critically acclaimed solo debut
album, THE INCOMPLETE GLENN TILBROOK. This will be Glenn's fifth solo
U.S. tour since the breakup of Squeeze.
Glenn's solo shows are an energetic mix of his solo songs, Squeeze favorites
(including "Tempted", which VH1 recently named as one of the
100 Greatest Songs of the past 25 Years) and covers in an up close and
personal setting, during which it's not uncommon for Glenn to spend an
encore walking through the audience, across the top of a bar or even across
the street to the bar next door, all while singing and playing the guitar.
During this tour, Glenn will be spending time in both Austin and Nashville
to record tracks for his new studio album, which is scheduled for release
in spring 2004. Glenn is also currently at work on a live cd for release
in fall 2004, which was recorded on various tours in the U.S. and UK during
the last two years.
"Tilbrook is not simply one of the preeminent talents of his generation.
He's one of the finest singer-songwriters in all of rock and roll. Don't
VH1 Classic is the official sponsor of this Glenn Tilbrook tour. The channel
will feature Squeeze videos, exclusive interviews with Glenn and regular
tour updates throughout the tour.
Glenn Tilbrook returns, by popular demand, for fourth U.S. tour in
support of his solo debut "The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook."
Former Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook will return to the U.S. this November
for a series of solo acoustic dates. This will be Glenns fourth
visit to these shores in support of his critically acclaimed solo debut
album "The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook."
The Kansas CIty Pitch Weekly summed up the appeal of this tour very simply:"If
anyone can fly with just his voice, his songs and an acoustic guitar,
its Glenn Tilbrook."
songs with stripped down versions of Squeeze favorites, Glenn has indeed
taken full advantage of the intimate nature of these performances. Its
not uncommon for him to spend an encore walking through the audience or
across the top of a bar while singing.
if the inspiration strikes him, Glenns been known to take the entire
crowd outside for a "walkabout." The Washington Post, who voted
Glenns recent D.C. performance "Best Concert of the Year,"
offers the following account:
an encore, the former Squeeze vocalist and songwriter led the crowd out
the door and into Iota's parking lot, where he serenaded everyone under
the moonlight with unplugged versions of 'Goodbye Girl' and 'Pulling Mussels
(From the Shell).' He briefly made Wilson Boulevard feel like the center
of the universe."
VH1 Classic is the official sponsor of this tour. They will feature Squeeze
videos on their channel throughout the tour, in addition to exclusive
interviews with Glenn and regular tour updates.
Tilbook documentary film update
something to look forward to next year - a documentary shot on Glenn's
first solo U.S. tour. Read about it at FilmThreat.com.
Tilbook to perform free concert in New York City Sunday, June 2nd!
Tilbrook will be performing on the roof of his RV or on a fire escape
above Tea and Sympathy for an hour long public performance in honor of
The Queens Golden Jubilee!-- Sunday June 2nd at 3:30 PM.
RV will be outside of Tea and Sympathy located at 108 and 110 Greenwich
Avenue (between 12th and 13th street).
Don't miss this exciting performance and witness the man behind SQUEEZE
creatively exhibit his unmistakable talent. The new album "the incomplete
Glenn Tilbrook" will be on sale as well. Take this opportunity to
see why The Washington Post voted Glenn Tilbrook's solo show "The
Best Concert of the Year 2001!"
Tilbrook sprains ankle, still takes Denver crowd on a walkabout.
review - read this and there's no way you'll miss it next time Glenn comes
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Glenn Tilbrook interview at musician.com
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Tilbrook documentary coming soon
last year, to support the release of his debut solo CD, The Incomplete
Glenn Tilbrook, Glenn Tilbrook embarked on a different kind of independent
route as he took to the road in America: One man, two guitars and a mobile
Glenn Tilbrook: One for the Road follows him on every step of that
journey: arriving in the States; picking up his mobile home; performing
the shows; meeting the fans; packing away his guitars; camping at campgrounds;
traveling in the RV: All access, all of the time. For more information,
Tilbrook to tour Australia and the U.K. this March:
complete tourdates, visit Quixotic
Tilbrook named to several "best of 2001" lists:
Metroland "Recordings Best of 2001"
Critic: Val Haynes : #1 Glenn Tilbrook - "The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook"
"One clever Brit under a groove. Tilbrook's hook-laden, uncanny melodies
are sung in his signature style. You'll laugh, you'll cry--and you can
dance to it."
Best Concert of the Year" by Dave Segal of The Washington Post:
"For an encore, the former Squeeze vocalist and songwriter led the
crowd of 100 out the door and into Iota's parking lot, where he serenaded
everyone under the moonlight with unplugged versions of "Goodbye
Girl" and "Pulling Mussels From a Shell." He briefly made
Wilson Boulevard feel like the center of the universe."
Fortune Magazine "The Best of the Rest"
"Why settle up for dried-up dollops of '80's nostalgia when the front
guy from Squeeze is still cooking up fresh batches of pop meringue?"